CSR Human Rights Policy
Basic Approach of human rights
The FUJITSU GENERAL Way, which represents the common values of the Fujitsu General Group, states "We respect human rights" in the opening line of the Code of Conduct.
This statement clearly sets out the company's position that "its activities will be based on respect for human rights, that diversity is to be embraced, and that no one shall be discriminated against on the basis of race, religion,disability, gender or sexual orientation, nor shall harassments be tolerated."
We strive to ensure that all employees of the Group demonstrate this spirit in action.
We believe that it is important to properly recognize human rights issues to cultivate a spirit of respect and a sense of the true meaning of human rights, and to act in a way that does not tolerate discrimination or other human rights violations.
It is the fundamental principle of our group that each employee of the Group should be conscious of the need to protect human rights and act accordingly.
The Group supports and respects the following international principles and standards, and will continue to promote human rights-oriented management.
- 「International Bill of Human Rights」
- 「Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights」
- 「ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work」
- 「National Action Plan on Business and Human Rights」
- 「United Nations Global Compact」
- 「Convention on the Rights of the Child」
- 「Children's Rights and Business Principles」
Scope of application
This policy applies to all officers and employees of the Group.In addition, we will work with all business partners related to the Group's products and services to respect human rights and not infringe them.
Implementation of human rights due diligence
The Group will implement human rights due diligence in accordance with the procedures based on the "UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights" and will endeavor to identify, prevent and mitigate the negative impacts on human rights.
If it becomes clear that the Group's business activities have caused or promoted human rights violations, or if indirect effects through business relationships, etc., have become clear, or even if they are not clear negative impacts - if it is suspected that there is a possibility of causing violations, we will correct and remedy it through dialogue and appropriate procedures.
Dialogue / Discussion
We will hold dialogue and discuss with relevant external stakeholders on responses to potential and actual impacts on human rights.
Education / Enlightenment
We will not only educate officers and employees, but also provide appropriate education and training to all stakeholders so that this policy will be implemented throughout our business activities.
We will disclose the progress of our efforts to respect human rights and the results on our website.
The Group recognizes that addressing the following human rights issues related to its business activities is an important element of human rights responsibility.
- Prohibition of forced labor and child labor
- We will not be involved in forced labor or child labor in all business activities in all countries or regions.In addition, regarding forced labor, we do not use or take part in it, and we do not make a profit.
- Discrimination / harassment
- We will respect the human rights of each individual and will not engage in unfair discrimination or sexual harassment due to race, skin color, religion, beliefs, gender, social status, family origin, disability, sexual orientation, etc.
- Freedom of association
- We respect the basic rights of our employees regarding freedom of association and collective bargaining.
- Providing a safe, hygienic and healthy working environment
- We provide a working environment where you can continue to work safely, hygienically and healthily.
Published : October 4, 2019
Revised : June 2, 2022
FUJITSU GENERAL LIMITED
President & CEO